I am about 5 years young and 55 pounds of pure enjoyment. The vet said I am a great size for a bloodhound dog, being smaller and likely to have a longer lifespan than a purebred bloodhound. Yay!
Foster mama says I am a sweetheart of a girl. I enjoy rompin’ and a stompin’ with any dog that will play with me. I play well with large dogs and small dogs alike. I am a class clown but I also enjoy a nice relaxing break in the presence of my people. My favorite thing to do is to race and zoom around the yard to make you smile.
I am a really fun, outgoing and friendly girl. I would make a great addition to any family, either as an only dog or as a great companion to another dog. Foster mama says I am sure to bring you years of joy and laughter as you watch us frolic and play together! Do you have room in your heart and in your home for a little character like me?
I am housetrained and crate trained and have had no accidents in the house. I am fully vaccinated, microchipped and spayed. What more could you possibly ask for?
I yearn for a forever family of my very own where I will be loved and adored as an inside member of the family. The blessing will be mutual indeed....I promise to make you smile every day with wags and kisses galore! Are you the family I seek?
If you would like to apply for me, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for an application.
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